The world ’s IP addresses are not enough. NOT WORRY, We Got IPv8
As we all know, the Internet is a network that connects one computer, and the connected computers can exchange data. Think of this data exchange as sending a letter, IP (Internet Protocol) is like an address, telling the interconnected data where to send it. IP addresses are like home addresses in reality.
November 26, 2019, responsible for Internet resource allocation Britain, Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia, the European Network Coordination Center announced that all 4.3 billion of global IPv4 addresses have been allocated, which means no more IPv4 addresses can be assigned to the ISP (Internet Service provider) and other large network infrastructure providers. Although IPv4 addresses are exhausted, countries around the world have already begun to deploy IPv6. In theory, IPv4 can provide up to about 4 billion addresses, while IPv6 can provide about 340 trillion (2 to 128 power).
IPv4 & IPv6 are both IP addresses that are binary numbers. IPv4 is 32 bit binary number while IPv6 is 128 bit binary number address. IPv4 address are separated by periods while IPv6 address are separated by colons.
Innovative definition of “Blockchain+”
The world’s first underlying encrypted protocol based on IPv8.Achieving high-speed interconnection, while realizing point-to-point information encryption and ensuring the privacy and security of user data during interaction process.
IPv8 Technical Feature
BitCherry is the world’s first commercial scalable blockchain infrastructure based on IPv8 technology, it has three characteristics: data security, efficient performance, and consensus governance.
- Fast & Stable Peer to Peer Network
- More Secure
- Larger Storage